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Disneyland Paris is launching its very own music festival

You can now enjoy a unique festival experience with Electroland festival at Disneyland Paris

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Chloe Best
Chloe BestLifestyle Features Editor
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Forget Glastonbury, Disneyland Paris is set to be the ultimate festival destination this summer. The theme park has announced its very own one-day music festival, Electroland, which will offer 10,000 fans the chance to experience its fun rides along with music from a range of superstar DJs on 8 July.

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The unique festival has been launched in honour of Disneyland Paris' 25th anniversary in 2017, and has already announced an impressive line-up of DJs who will perform at the park for one night only. Electroland will be headlined by American DJ Steve Aoki, who recently collaborated with One Direction's Louis Tomlinson on his debut single, along with Australian sister duo Nervo.

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Electroland will take place at Disneyland Paris on 8 July

Joining the line-up are French DJs Michael Calfan and Richard Orlinski, who will all perform against the magical backdrop of Disneyland Paris. Promising to be a truly special experience, the performances will be projected onto one of the park's most famous attractions – The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror – and ticketholders will also have exclusive access to the rides by night.

The festival is not the only celebration Disneyland Paris is hosting for its 25th birthday; at the end of March a bevy of famous faces visited the iconic attraction to kick start the celebrations, with John Legend performing his rendition of Beauty and the Beast in front of the Disney castle. The evening also marked the debut of the new Disney Illuminations night-time spectacular, along with the launch of a brand new parade – Disney Stars on Parade.

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Fancy heading to Electroland? Who wouldn't! Tickets are available now from €68 (£57) for a standard ticket, which offers entrance to Walt Disney Studio Park from 7pm and access to attractions. Alternatively the Privilege ticket provides admission to the two Disney Parks and access to a VIP area from 4pm for €85 (£71). Get more information and book your tickets at See you there!

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